I did not run coilovers in the rear. In the back, in order to mount coilovers properly you have to either have a lot of lift, around 8in I guestimate, or you have to cut holes in the floor. If you tip the coilover back or front enough to run a coilover with 3-4in lift, it is at too much of an angle and the suspension will unload too easily and generally perform like crap. At the time, I did not want to cut holes, now, if I move the axle back, I will cut holes and run coilovers or airshocks. The front are mounted over the axle in centerline. I mounted them way out on the knuckle so the force of any impact is distibuted as far away from the center as possible. This along with a big truss lets me safely jump the truck pretty well. I have been at about 2-3 feet off the ground, lands like butter. Here is a pic of the mount, you can see the start of the truss on the left side.
2009 King of the Hammers
BUCK Wild Racing
Co-driver: Pat Quirk
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Made it further than half of the other guys, but the Hammers won.